Research has begun into the public rights of way in the Walcot Ward of the city of Bath.
Led by Wallace & Gromit’s Grand Appeal and Aardman Animations, Gromit Unleashed is a public art exhibition in which giant sculptures of Gromit, decorated by invited artists, have been unleashed on the streets of Bristol and the surrounding areas.
With the number of dog attacks on livestock at record levels, the NFU is urging the public to be more responsible when visiting the countryside.
A meeting on the 5th July, held in public, will discuss the relationship between health and the outdoors.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) who are responsible for developing guidance and quality standards in health and social care, published guidance stating the importance of increasing walking and cycling.
Join us at Bristol's Harbourside to celebrate the tenth anniversary of this free festival in style with a packed weekend of activities celebrating the natural world.
Dog fouling is on the rise nationally for the first time in ten years: the UK’s largest dog welfare charity Dogs Trust has teamed up with Keep Britain Tidy to launch the first-ever 'Big Scoop' on June 14th
The Bristol Walking Festival are preparing a great line-up of walks from a host of contributors for one week this Spring
Jean Gladwin, Consultant in Public Health, has some helpful advice on staying safe and healthy whilst outside
The amazing new Two Tunnels Greenway in Bath opens on the 6th April 2013 with a festival at Bloomfield Open Space in Bath